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Announcement - Dr Andrew Burnett will retire at the end of March 2017 - please see the attached letter. Dr Burnett retirementIf you are  currently a patient of Dr Burnett, from 1st April your usual GP will be Dr Claire Webster if your surname is A-J and Dr Nick Smith if your surname is K-Z. You can of course see any of our GPs, subject to availability. 

Some of you would have received a text message announcement.  Please contact Reception if you would like to receive text message announcements but we don't have your mobile details on record.


West Berkshire Breast Screening service will have a unit in the health centre car park for 6 weeks from w/c 6th March. The unit will take up several car park spaces in our car park. Please park considerately during this time period. Here is a link to the West Berkshire Breast Screening website for further information:

 http://www.royalberkshire.nhs.uk/wards-and-services/breast-screening.htm.


EASTER OPENING HOURS  Image result for clipart easter egg

We will be closed on Friday 14th April and Monday 17th April inclusive, for the Easter period.  We are open as normal aside from these dates. Please ensure you have adequate repeat medication for the Easter period - we recommend that you submit any repeat prescriptions by 6.00 Friday 7th April for collection by Thursday 13th April.

 

We have clinical staff have been trained to act as chaperones.  The role of a chaperone is to provide reassurance and emotional support for a patient whilst undergoing a procedure they may find embarrassing or uncomfortable.    

If you would like a chaperone to be present for an examination, please ask the doctor or nurse. They will be very pleased to arrange one for you.

Please tell the receptionist if you if you know in advance that you would like a chaperone to be present.

 
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